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domstream issues #328

themancalledjakob opened this Issue Apr 15, 2018 · 0 comments


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themancalledjakob commented Apr 15, 2018

(1) it would be great if it would be mentioned in the documentation that you have activate the "domstream" module in the administration.
It took me a while to figure that out... ;-)

(2) The clicks in the domstream are inaccurately placed.
I realized that mouse coordinates are off, when the domstream is viewed in different dimensions than when it was recorded.
for example:
I visit the site with a browser set to half width of the screen.
I view the recorded domstream with a browser set to full width of the screen.
-> all mouse movements are skewed 50% in x position.

(3) dom in domstream does not respond to the playback
The mousemovement is executed (with inaccuracies, see 2), and I can see clicks marked with a red dot.
Though, the dom does not react on the clicks or mouseovers.

(3) dom in domstream does respond to admin mouse
When I play back a domstream, while it does not react to the recorded mouse actions, it does react to the mouse actions of the one viewing the domstream. This seems counter productive, since I only want to see how visitors use the site and not accidentially trigger something that distorts watching the experience.

I experienced all of the issues in a similar manner both with Chrome and/or Firefox as visitor and/or admin.

My system:
OS 4.14.30-1-MANJARO (linux)
Chrome Version 65.0.3325.146 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Firefox 59.0.1 (64-bit)

I couldn't find a version number of OWA in the adminstration panel, but the last commit in git log is:
commit 00c3a91
Date: Tue Mar 20 03:35:23 2018 -0700

I used both synchronous and asynchronous javascript tracker.
No wordpress or mediawiki, no php tracker.

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